Wildlife & Environmental Education for Everyone

NASHVILLE WILDLIFE CONSERVATION CENTER

VISUAL LEARNING

Educational, nature presentations into schools in the Nashville, TN area at little to no cost. The experience of up-close-encounters with local wild animals helps make environmental education engaging.

OPPORTUNITY CREATION

Creating service-learning opportunities with local students, parents, and teachers to better the community and make education more applicable– specially for underprivileged students.

ANIMAL CARE

Providing non-releasable wild animals a good quality of life with enclosures that go beyond minimum standards and daily enrichment and nutrition.

TEACHER SUPPORT

Assisting school teachers with supplemental curriculum around hands-on educational experiences so that they can further create unique learning experiences for their students.

WHO WE ARE

DEBBIE SYKES

Director + Educator

HALEY STOEVER

President

JENNY SAGE

Treasurer

DENISE WEYER

Vice President

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WAYS TO GIVE

LEND YOUR TIME

Learn more about how to volunteer. We would love to speak with you.

DONATE A DOLLAR

See how your dollar can help us bring wildlife education to others.

GIVE A GIFT

Learn how your gift helps support our journey and the community.

SPREAD THE WORD

Express your love for local wildlife and education by showing support.

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The Importance of Enrichment

If you know me at all, it's no secret that I am obsessed with providing the best enrichment for the animals who reside at NWCC. Many people are not aware of enrichment, the goals of enrichment, or the importance of it in all animals (yes, even my dogs and cats get...

Tracks and Scat! (yum)

What student doesn't love learning about poop?!? This program really focuses on the fact that just because we don't see the animals, doesn't mean they're not there. They are all around us, and squirrel nests and bird nests are great examples in urban environments....

Birds!! (for pre-k)

Since this is my first blog post, I feel like I should introduce myself: I am an almost thirty (eep) year old who has spent the last 10 years trying to figure out what to do with her life. I work primarily with wild animals (as a wildlife rehabilitator), and until...

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Nashville Wildlife Conservation is a 501(c)3, dedicated to providing quality science and environmental education to students in underserved communities. By providing environmental education programs, we help increase the quality of science education while making education more applicable to students.
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